DC-DC Converter Input and Output Voltage Test
A DC to DC converter is an electronic circuit or electromechanical device that converts a source of direct current (DC) from one voltage level to another. It is a type of electric power converter. Power levels range from very low (small batteries) to very high (high-voltage power transmission). This is ATO DC-DC converter.
In the following, we will give a brief introduction about test of DC-DC converter input and output voltage. We use 500W 24V DC power supply at the input of the DC-DC converter.
Test input and output voltage. Everything is normal.
We connected this 12V DC high-speed BLDC motor to the output of DC-DC converter for testing. Connect the converter output port.
Turn on the power and the BLDC motor works normally. The DC-DC converter works perfectly.
Most DC to DC converter circuits also regulate the output voltage. Some exceptions include high-efficiency LED power sources, which are a kind of DC to DC converter that regulates the current through the LEDs, and simple charge pumps which double or triple the output voltage.
DC to DC converters are used in portable electronic devices such as cellular phones and laptop computers, which are supplied with power from batteries primarily. Such electronic devices often contain several sub-circuits, each with its own voltage level requirement different from that supplied by the battery or an external supply (sometimes higher or lower than the supply voltage). Additionally, the battery voltage declines as its stored energy is drained. Switched DC to DC converters offer a method to increase voltage from a partially lowered battery voltage thereby saving space instead of using multiple batteries to accomplish the same thing.
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